Is there any way to show the displayname of the enumeration set in SCOM?
This shows the internal name and not the actual displayname as it should for enums:
<EnumerationValue ID="System.ServiceManagement.ServiceStatus.InService" Accessibility="Public" Parent="System!System.ServiceManagement.ServiceStatus" />
I have tried appending with .displayname and .DisplayName but then it just shows nothing :/
Squared Up doesn’t receive anything involving display names when it comes to properties – which is why on the monitored entity view you see the internal system names from the MP rather than their display names too.
As a workaround, you can just type a display name for each of the objects using an if statement. More info in this post:
ouch, sad face :/
It’s just an extra join to the displayname table. Would be a nice feature. Ok thanks
The Application classes that SquaredUp uses are all abstract, so can’t even extend with extra string properties. I could make a relationship to another CI class, but then I’d have to show the properties for that relationship.
This makes it pretty hard to define anything custom on a squaredup application as far as I can see.